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Thursday
2.29.24

Wellness Fair at Plattsburgh SUNY

  • Memorial Hall, Broad St, Plattsburgh, NY
  • 2.29.24 - 2.29.24
  • 1100am - 2 00pm

Featuring informational tabling by the Student Health and Counseling Center; accessibility resource services; TRIO Student Support Services; Cardinal Cupboard (campus food shelf), Title IX; Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation Campus Center; and Univ ersity Police. Also including a therapy dog, food samples with the campus dietitian, massage chairs, chi machines, a lip balm station, an oxygen bar, and an essential oil workshop. Free and open to students, faculty and staff. More info, contact Vladamie

Friday
3.1.24

SUNY PLATTSBURGH: Solar Eclipse, Path to Totality Mini-Exhibit

  • O/S Burke Gallery, Myers Fine Arts Bldg
  • 3.1.24 - 3.1.24

The Plattsburgh State Art Museum and its staff are anxiously awaiting this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to behold the total eclipse that will occur in Plattsburgh on April 8, 2024. In anticipation of this momentous event, we explored our collections fo r celestial representations to mark the occasion. While we did not have artworks that address this specific astrological event, we did discover a powerful selection of Rockwell Kent works that address the celestial realm.

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Saturday
3.2.24

Music Over the Marsh – Steve Langdon at Paul Smith's VIC

  • 8023 State Route 30, Paul Smiths, NY
  • 3.2.24 - 3.2.24
  • 2 00pm - 4 00pm

Live music at the VIC every Saturday January 6th through March 30th (except for February 10th--Happy Carnival). Take a break after skiing and enjoy some tunes from local and regional musicians.

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Saturday
3.2.24

Adirondack Regional Theatre - The Little Mermaid - Auditions

  • ART Space, 5 Latour Ave, Plattsburgh
  • 3.2.24 - 3.3.24
  • 1000am - 2 00pm

The musical is based on the 2008 Broadway production and the 1989 animated feature film. Adirondack Regional Theatre is seeking a cast of 35 actors. A.R.T. is presenting Disney's The Little Mermaid at the Strand Center Theatre June 13-16. A.R.T. is seeki ng performers of all ages to audition for this glorious production.

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Monday
3.4.24

French Conversation Group - Clinton Essex Franklin Library System

  • 33 Oak st, Plattsburgh Public Library
  • 3.4.24 - 3.4.24
  • 3 00pm

French Conversation Group information for the next few weeks that takes place Mondays @ 3:00 PM. We will be meeting at Plattsburgh Public Library (PPL) on every other Monday going forward. Our libraries have great resources such as Mango Language tool, l ibrary guides, the library of things, e books and information about our collections (catalog), and information about our member libraries. 518.563.5190.XT 114

Wednesday
3.6.24

Paul Smith's College VIC - Community Ski Nights

  • 8023 SR 30, Paul Smiths, NY 12970
  • 3.6.24 - 3.6.24
  • 6 00pm - 8 00pm

Join the VIC on Wednesday evenings in February and March for a community ski or snowshoe! The lodge will be open for extended hours from 6-8 pm. For $5 you can rent a pair of skis or snowshoes and enjoy our trails at night. Don't forget your headlamp! Wh en you are ready for a break, return to the lodge to warm up around the fire pit, enjoy a warm drink, and meet other community members who love the winter season. Can't wait to see you there!

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Wednesday
3.6.24

Job Fair Sign-Up - By Adirondack Daily Enterprise

  • NCCC Gym in Saranac Lake
  • 3.6.24 - 3.6.24
  • 1200pm - 4 00pm

Deadline for a spot in the Job Fair is Thursday, February 15th. Please contact Lindsay Munn (518) 891-2600 Xt 20 or email: Lmunn@adirondackenterprise.com In partnership with North Country Community College.

Thursday
3.7.24

Try it on the Wheel - for Adults! - Strand Center for the Arts

  • 23 Brinkerhoff St, Plattsburgh, NY 12901
  • 3.7.24 - 3.7.24
  • 5 30pm - 7 30pm

Make your own pottery from start to finish in this two-hour wheel class for adults! Students will create two unique pieces of pottery on the wheel and will paint their work using underglazes. A class for beginners, but experienced students often come bac k for more! Fired pottery will be ready to pick up in 3-4 weeks. Ages 18+. Teacher: Rebecca Conklin

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Friday
3.8.24

Watercolor Landscape Painting for Beginners - Strand Center

  • 23 Brinkerhoff St, Plattsburgh, NY 12901
  • 3.8.24 - 3.8.24
  • 1200pm - 2 00pm

This 4 session class welcomes newcomers to the art of watercolor landscapes. Each week, members of the class will create a new piece, starting with the very basics and working up to live, outdoor painting. The class will cover a variety of techniques and build skills you can enjoy for the rest of your life! Ages 14+

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Saturday
3.9.24

Music over the Marsh – Rustic Riders at Paul Smith's VIC

  • 8023 State Route 30, Paul Smiths, NY
  • 3.9.24 - 3.9.24
  • 2 00pm - 4 00pm

Live music at the VIC every Saturday (except for the Saranac Winter Carnival Parade) all winter long! Take a break after skiing, enjoy food from the Heron Marsh Café and enjoy some tunes from local and regional musicians. The Rustic Riders craft their so und with music old and new. They invite you to sing, move, reflect and renew with voice, strings and percussion.

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Saturday
3.9.24

Mountain Madness at Titus Mountain

  • 215 Johnson Rd, Malone, NY
  • 3.9.24 - 3.9.24
  • 9 00am - 9 00pm

Join us at Titus Mountain to celebrate the 2023-24 ski season! Events include pond skimming, live music from the Backwood Burners and Divided Roads, rail jams, cardboard box races, penguin paddle, Race on the Face, a pancake breakfast, Sugarhouse tours, face painting booth, s'mores by the firepit, raffle giveaways, Titus Teddy and Shredding Betty appearances, an outdoor grill, sample booths, and fireworks at dusk! Event sign ups and a full event schedule can be found here:https://www.titusmountain.com/m

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Saturday
3.9.24

Bechard's Sugar House - All You Can Eat Pancake Breakfast!

  • 61 Sangar Lane, West Chazy, NY 12992
  • 3.9.24 - 3.10.24
  • 8 00am - 2 00pm

Pancakes, Sausage, Ham, Scrambled Eggs, Baked Beans, Home Fries, Maple Cake, Coffee, Juices & Pure NY Maple Syrup & more! Ages 0-4 are FREE, Ages 5-12 - $8 and 13 & up - $14. Friendly Family Atmosphere! Sugar House Tours! Enter to win a Gift Basket!

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Sunday
3.10.24

Rob Schwimmer - Hosted by Hill and Hollow Music

  • Saranac Methodist Church, Rte 3, Saranac
  • 3.10.24 - 3.10.24
  • 3 00pm

Rob Schwimmer is the master of his own musical kingdom, where he performs as a soloist and conjures a sound world created by his singular virtuosity at the piano (on which he is considered to be one of the world masters) and Haken Continuum Fingerboard ( ditto).

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Sunday
3.10.24

Eclipse Eats Virtual Cook-In with Chef Curtiss Hemm

  • Virtual Interactive Cooking Class
  • 3.10.24 - 3.10.24
  • 5 00pm - 8 00pm

Eclipse Eats Virtual Cook-In with Chef Curtiss Hemm - (free member benefit, non-members $60 minimum donation to gain access). Join Mountain Lake PBS and Chef Curtiss Hemm for a celestial culinary experience. Inspired by the 2024 Solar Eclipse, this inter active virtual cooking class plays with colorful dark and light plating. msmith@mlpbs.org

Monday
3.11.24

French Conversation Group - Clinton Essex Franklin Library System

  • ZOOM
  • 3.11.24 - 3.11.24
  • 3 00pm

Meeting ID: 889 6623 0225 Passcode: 479033 - French Conversation Group information for the next few weeks that takes place Mondays @ 3:00 PM. We will be meeting at Plattsburgh Public Library (PPL) on every other Monday going forward. Our libraries have g reat resources such as Mango Language tool, library guides, the library of things, e books and information about our collections (catalog), and information about our member libraries.

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Wednesday
3.13.24

Paul Smith's College VIC - Community Ski Nights

  • 8023 SR 30, Paul Smiths, NY 12970
  • 3.13.24 - 3.13.24
  • 6 00pm - 8 00pm

Join the VIC on Wednesday evenings in February and March for a community ski or snowshoe! The lodge will be open for extended hours from 6-8 pm. For $5 you can rent a pair of skis or snowshoes and enjoy our trails at night. Don't forget your headlamp! Wh en you are ready for a break, return to the lodge to warm up around the fire pit, enjoy a warm drink, and meet other community members who love the winter season. Can't wait to see you there!

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Wednesday
3.13.24

Our NEW VOIP Solution - CST Group Inc.

  • Free Virtual Webinar
  • 3.13.24 - 3.13.24
  • 1000am

What is it and How Much Does it Cost? * A VOIP Option is NOW available*What do you need to have in place to implement VOIP Phones*Should Your Office Consider VOIP* What features will VOIP Provide.

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Saturday
3.16.24

Yesterday - The Las Vegas Beatles Tribute At The Strand

  • 23 Brinkerhoff St, Plattsburgh, NY
  • 3.16.24 - 3.16.24
  • 7 30pm - 9 30pm

Performing the Beatles since 2001, Yesterday-A Tribute to The Beatles founded by Don Bellezzo, tours not only in the U.S. but Internationally. With seven tours of Japan, dozens more to Canada, the Philippines, Hong Kong, Bahamas, and United States milita ry bases throughout the World, these entertainers have performed on five continents. Yesterday is Endorsed by Sir Paul McCartney himself.

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Saturday
3.16.24

Bechard's Sugar House - All You Can Eat Pancake Breakfast!

  • 61 Sangar Lane, West Chazy, NY 12992
  • 3.16.24 - 3.17.24
  • 8 00am - 2 00pm

Pancakes, Sausage, Ham, Scrambled Eggs, Baked Beans, Home Fries, Maple Cake, Coffee, Juices & Pure NY Maple Syrup & more! Ages 0-4 are FREE, Ages 5-12 - $8 and 13 & up - $14. Friendly Family Atmosphere! Sugar House Tours! Enter to win a Gift Basket!

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Saturday
3.16.24

SymQuest Presents SHAMROCK & ROLL at West Side Ballroom

  • 253 New York Rd, Plattsburgh
  • 3.16.24 - 3.16.24
  • 6 00pm

Event to benefit Advocacy and Resource Center! A fun and festive St. Patrick’s Day celebration featuring beer, wine and gourmet food tastings, as well as great entertainment with live music from Bruce Patenaude and his band, The 3 B’s. Tickets are $50 pe r person. Go to http://tinyurl.com/4ex77ywa, email tickets@cviarc.org or call 518-324-8176 to reserve your tickets today!

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Saturday
3.16.24

Open House Maple Weekend at Parker Family Maple Farm

  • 1036 Slosson Rd, West chazy, NY
  • 3.16.24 - 3.17.24
  • 9 00am - 9 00pm

Maple festival around the sugarhouse with wagon rides, tours and demos of the processes to make maple syrup and confections with free samples of fresh maple products! Maple cotton candy, maple soft serve ice cream, milkshakes and maple donuts are availab le for these weekends only in the sugarhouse. Take home some maple syrup, cream, candy or other maple products from our sugarhouse shop. Our popular pancake house open for all-you-can-eat breakfast 8am to 1pm serving a wide array of fresh, hot breakfast

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Wednesday
3.20.24

Paul Smith's College VIC - Community Ski Nights

  • 8023 SR 30, Paul Smiths, NY 12970
  • 3.20.24 - 3.20.24
  • 6 00pm - 8 00pm

Join the VIC on Wednesday evenings in February and March for a community ski or snowshoe! The lodge will be open for extended hours from 6-8 pm. For $5 you can rent a pair of skis or snowshoes and enjoy our trails at night. Don't forget your headlamp! Wh en you are ready for a break, return to the lodge to warm up around the fire pit, enjoy a warm drink, and meet other community members who love the winter season. Can't wait to see you there!

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Thursday
3.21.24

BMW IBSF Bobsled and Skeleton World Cup at Mt Van Hoevenburg

  • 31 Van Hoevenberg Way, Lake Placid, NY
  • 3.21.24 - 3.21.24

Positioned at the Heart of our track, you’ll witness the adrenaline-pumping action as competitors blaze through turns 15-20, from our Heart viewing area. Enjoy the excitement, refreshments, and fanfare, all while receiving turn-by-turn commentary on our jumbotron. Experience the thrill as you stand on the sidelines of this action-packed sporting event, an unparalleled opportunity right here in Lake Placid.

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Friday
3.22.24

ECAC Men’s Hockey Championship - Olympic Center

  • 2634 Main St, Lake Placid, NY
  • 3.22.24 - 3.23.24

Home of the ECAC Men’s Hockey Championship, and each year the best teams in the Eastern College Athletic Conference come to the 1980 Herb Brooks arena to claim the top spot and move on to the NCAA DI Championships. If you like the excitement and fast act ion of hockey, there is no place better to see it than in the Olympic Center, home to the “Miracle on Ice.” For Tickets or any questions, please call the Olympic Center Box Office at (518) 523-3330 during normal business hours.

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Friday
3.22.24

ECAC Men’s Hockey Championship

  • Olympic Center, Lake Placid, NY
  • 3.22.24 - 3.23.24

Lake Placid is the home of the ECAC Men’s Hockey Championship, and each year the best teams in the Eastern College Athletic Conference come to the 1980 Herb Brooks arena to claim the top spot and move on to the NCAA DI Championships. f you like the excit ement and fast action of hockey, there is no place better to see it than in the Olympic Center, home to the “Miracle on Ice.”

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Saturday
3.23.24

Bechard's Sugar House - All You Can Eat Pancake Breakfast!

  • 61 Sangar Lane, West Chazy, NY 12992
  • 3.23.24 - 3.24.24
  • 8 00am - 2 00pm

Pancakes, Sausage, Ham, Scrambled Eggs, Baked Beans, Home Fries, Maple Cake, Coffee, Juices & Pure NY Maple Syrup & more! Ages 0-4 are FREE, Ages 5-12 - $8 and 13 & up - $14. Friendly Family Atmosphere! Sugar House Tours! Enter to win a Gift Basket!

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Saturday
3.23.24

2nd Annual Hometown Hoedown at Rainbow Banquet Hall

  • 47 Woods Falls Rd, Altona, NY
  • 3.23.24 - 3.23.24
  • 4 00pm - 1000pm

Event by Hope for Miracles, Inc. - a non profit organization that raises funding for childhood cancer research. Schedule: 4-5:30 Cocktail Hour, Chinese Auction and Live Music - 5:30-6:00 DJ Flash and Line Dancing - 6:00 to 6:30 Dinner - 6:30 to 7:00 More DJ Flash and Line Dancing - 7:00 to 10:00 NightHawk! Tickets available soon!

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Saturday
3.23.24

Open House Maple Weekend at Parker Family Maple Farm

  • 1036 Slosson Rd, West Chazy, NY 12992
  • 3.23.24 - 3.24.24
  • 9 00am - 9 00pm

Maple festival around the sugarhouse with wagon rides, tours and demos of the processes to make maple syrup and confections with free samples of fresh maple products! Maple cotton candy, maple soft serve ice cream, milkshakes and maple donuts are availab le for these weekends only in the sugarhouse. Take home some maple syrup, cream, candy or other maple products from our sugarhouse shop. Our popular pancake house open for all-you-can-eat breakfast 8am to 1pm serving a wide array of fresh, hot breakfast

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Wednesday
3.27.24

Paul Smith's College VIC - Community Ski Nights

  • 8023 SR 30, Paul Smiths, NY 12970
  • 3.27.24 - 3.27.24
  • 6 00pm - 8 00pm

Join the VIC on Wednesday evenings in February and March for a community ski or snowshoe! The lodge will be open for extended hours from 6-8 pm. For $5 you can rent a pair of skis or snowshoes and enjoy our trails at night. Don't forget your headlamp! Wh en you are ready for a break, return to the lodge to warm up around the fire pit, enjoy a warm drink, and meet other community members who love the winter season. Can't wait to see you there!

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Friday
4.5.24

SUNY PLATTSBURGH: Darkness and Light Exhibit

  • 101 Broad Street, Plattsburgh, NY
  • 4.5.24 - 4.5.24

A Two-Part Exhibition Celebrating the Eclipse Darkness & Light is a community art exhibition open to everyone. Each artist is welcome to submit up to three pieces. Pieces for the darkness theme will be exhibited at the Strand Center for the Arts and piec es for the light theme will be exhibited at SUNY Plattsburgh.

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Friday
4.5.24

PATH OF TOTALITY PORTRAIT & MOCKTAILS

  • 26 City Hall Place, Plattsburgh, NY 12901
  • 4.5.24 - 4.5.24
  • 5 00pm - 7 00pm

A First Friday Event at Lake City Coworking! Sit for an artful black & white portrait inspired by the eclipse and enjoy a delicious mocktail that embraces the magic of the moment!

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Saturday
4.6.24

PBS KIDS Playdate - Mountain lake PBS

  • 1 Sesame Street, Plattsburgh, NY
  • 4.6.24 - 4.6.24
  • 1200pm - 2 00pm

PBS KIDS Playdate - A fun-filled celebration leading up to the total solar eclipse on April 8th! Following a screening of episodes from two beloved PBS KIDS shows, "Nature Cat" and "Ready Jet Go!", MLPBS will provide family-friendly STEAM activities expl oring earth science and space. This free, public event is best suited for children ages 3 to 8, however, citizen scientists of all ages are welcome!

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Saturday
4.6.24

ADIRONDACK FRAGRANCE FARM: Eclipse Fragrance Festival

  • Pine Street Arena, 43 Pine Street, Potsdam, NY
  • 4.6.24 - 4.8.24
  • 9 00am - 5 00pm

Don't miss the exclusive ADK Eclipse Fragrance Collection from The Adirondack Fragrance Farm—a one-time-only offering capturing the essence of the cosmic event with a soy candle, perfume, room spray, hand cream, and soap. For those in town, seize the cha nce for guided hikes through the Farm and explore the craft, food, and wine eclipse vendor fair from April 6-8. Visit their website for more details and to explore ticket options for an unforgettable experience.

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Saturday
4.6.24

Eclipse Artisan Market - Strand Center

  • 23 Brinkerhoff St, Plattsburgh, NY
  • 4.6.24 - 4.6.24
  • 1000am - 3 00pm

Join us for our Eclipse Artisan Market on the front lawn at The Strand Center for the Arts! The Strand Center for the Arts is proud to host Artisan Markets on our campus to showcase the wonderful talents of area artisans. Works for sale include pottery, paintings, woodwork, fiber arts, jewelry, baked goods and much more! We are so happy to facilitate this event for our community.

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Sunday
4.7.24

FORT TICONDEROGA: 1774 His Majesty’s Garrison of Ticonderoga

  • 102 Fort Ti Road, Ticonderoga, New York
  • 4.7.24 - 4.7.24
  • 1000am - 4 00pm

In this one-day living history event, Fort Ticonderoga will portray 1774 with peacetime garrison life in British North America on the eve of the Revolutionary War. Examine the daily life of British soldiers and their families tending to activities like c ooking, shoemaking, and carpentry. Discover family life for the British garrison in 1774 and the roles and the many challenges for women and children.

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Monday
4.8.24

Whiteface Solar Eclipse Viewing

  • 5021 Rte 86, Wilmington, NY 12997
  • 4.8.24 - 4.8.24

Come out to watch this once-in-a-lifetime astronomical event at the mountain with a great view from the Cloudspin Bar Grill deck in the Main Base Lodge! Join us for $40 lift tickets, live music and giveaways as the moon passes between the earth and the s un. For more info, click on Learn More...

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Monday
4.8.24

PARKER FAMILY MAPLE FARM: Great Solar Eclipse Party

  • 1043 Slosson Road, West Chazy, NY
  • 4.8.24 - 4.8.24
  • 1 00pm - 4 30pm

Celebrate the 2024 Solar Eclipse at Parker Family Maple Farm (1043 Slosson Road, West Chazy, NY) from 1pm-4:30pm. Free glasses for the first 200 guests, along with Oval Craft Brewing beer, maple syrup tastings, The Food Dudes Food Truck, and open farmlan d for prime eclipse viewing. Join them for a stellar experience!

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Monday
4.8.24

Solar Eclipse Viewing From The Top of Poko - The Klubhouse

  • The Klubhouse, Plattsburgh Plaza, Suite 7
  • 4.8.24 - 4.8.24
  • 1230pm

It's a rare and amazing site! It won't happen in this area for about 400 years! The Adirondack Park is one of the best viewing sites! Free certified solar glasses! Solar snack bag! $10 for Klubhouse members. $20 for non-members! To register, click on Lea rn More...

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Monday
4.8.24

Olympic Center Solar Eclipse Viewing Party

  • 2634 Main St, Lake PLacid, NY 12946
  • 4.8.24 - 4.8.24
  • 1 00pm

The Olympic Center will host a viewing party on April 8th, 2024 for the 2024 Solar Eclipse on the James C. Sheffield Speed Skating Oval (conditions permitting), with gates opening at 1pm for the public to setup before the 2:13pm start the eclipse in Lake Placid, NY. The Oval offers an open south by southwest facing view of the Adirondack High Peaks, the iconic Olympic Ski Jumps and room for many spectators to gather and watch the entirety of the solar eclipse from start to finish. More info, click Learn

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Monday
4.8.24

The Great Solar Eclipse Party of 2024

  • 1043 Slosson Rd, West Chazy, NY
  • 4.8.24 - 4.8.24
  • 1 00pm - 4 30pm

At Parker Family Maple Farm and Co-Hosted by The Food Dudes. * First 200 people get FREE glasses * Oval Craft Brewing Beer * Maple Syrup Tasting * Open Fields for optimal viewing * FOOD TRUCK * Bathrooms * Join Us!

Monday
4.8.24

Plattsburgh Solar Eclipse 2024

  • Down town Plattsburgh
  • 4.8.24 - 4.8.24

On April 8, 2024, at 3:25 pm, Plattsburgh, NY, will be on the path of totality for one of nature’s greatest spectacles, the total solar eclipse – a literal once in a lifetime event! For nearly four minutes - one of the longest durations of any other stop in New York State - the moon will block out the sun and plunge us into darkness, a phenomenon that New York will not see again for decades. Mind blown right? And we can tell you that just being close by is NOT good enough!

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Monday
4.8.24

AUSABLE CHASM: Solar Eclipse Spectacular

  • 2144 US 9, Ausable Chasm, NY
  • 4.8.24 - 4.8.24
  • 9 00am

Come witness the joining of two amazing natural wonders, Ausable Chasm and the total Solar Eclipse. Spend the morning hiking their scenic trails, then head over to their dedicated viewing area aptly named, "Solar Flats" to witness this amazing event. Foo d vendor, facilities, parking, custom solar eclipse glasses and keepsake magnet for ticket purchasers!

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Monday
4.8.24

TITUS MOUNTAIN: Total at the Top Solar Eclipse Viewing Party

  • 215 Johnson Road, Malone, NY
  • 4.8.24 - 4.8.24
  • 1100am

Join Titus Mountain on April 8th, 2024, for an unforgettable Total Solar Eclipse experience! Ski on their Upper Mountain slopes while witnessing this rare cosmic event. With a perfect view of the complete eclipse, enjoy live entertainment, food, and drin ks at our Upper Lodge. Don't miss this once-in-a-lifetime phenomenon at Titus Mountain - See you at the summit!

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Monday
4.8.24

KLUBHOUSE FITNESS: Solar Eclipse Cycle

  • 316 Cornelia St Suite 7, Plattsburgh, NY
  • 4.8.24 - 4.8.24
  • 1100am

Ride through the cosmic vibes at The Klubhouse on April 8th, 11 am! Pedal to an out-of-this-world playlist and sweat it out in style. Don't miss the celestial fun – reserve your spot now!

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Monday
4.8.24

KLUBHOUSE FITNESS: Eclipse Viewing at Top of Poke-O-Moonshine

  • 316 Cornelia St Suite 7, Plattsburgh, NY
  • 4.8.24 - 4.8.24
  • 1230pm

Embark on a celestial adventure with The Klubhouse! Hike up Poke-O-Moonshine for a stunning eclipse viewing. Enjoy eclipse glasses, a champagne toast, and a goodie bag. Sign up at klubhousefitness.com to join the fun!

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Monday
4.8.24

OLYMPIC SPEED SKATING OVAL: Solar Eclipse Viewing Party

  • 2634 Main Street, Lake Placid, NY
  • 4.8.24 - 4.8.24
  • 1 00pm

The Olympic Center will host a viewing party on April 8th, 2024 for the 2024 Solar Eclipse on the James C. Sheffield Speed Skating Oval (conditions permitting), with gates opening at 1pm for the public to setup before the 2:13pm start the eclipse in Lake Placid, NY. The Oval offers an open south by southwest facing view of the Adirondack High Peaks, the iconic Olympic Ski Jumps and room for many spectators to gather and watch the entirety of the solar eclipse from start to finish.

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Monday
4.8.24

OLYMPIC CENTER: Solar Eclipse Viewing on the Jumbotron

  • 2634 Main Street, Lake Placid, NY
  • 4.8.24 - 4.8.24
  • 1000am - 5 00pm

The Olympic Center will be open to the public from 10am – 5pm for the public to come watch a live feed of the 2024 Solar Eclipse as it passes over the United States on the 1980 Herb Brooks Arena jumbotron and dine in our Roamers Café overlooking the oval and festivities. The Roamers Patio Deck will also be open for viewing the eclipse, but capacity will be limited. More information to be disclosed at a later date on viewing from the Roamers Patio Deck.

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Monday
4.8.24

TOWN OF PLATTSBURGH: Solar Eclipse Viewing Party

  • 114 Goddeau Rd, Cadyville, NY
  • 4.8.24 - 4.8.24
  • 2 00pm - 4 00pm

Join the Town of Plattsburgh for games, crafts, shirts, stickers and, most importantly, the total solar eclipse!

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Monday
4.8.24

Total Solar Eclipse Experience at the ADKX

  • 9097 SR 30, Blue Moutain Lake, NY 12812
  • 4.8.24 - 4.8.24
  • 1100am

The parking lots on the grounds of the ADKX will be available to event ticket-holders only. The museum appreciates everyone's cooperation in this matter and recommends those looking for alternative plans to visit roostadk.com/eclipse2024 for more local o ptions. Those planning on attending the experience are encouraged to take the necessary precautions on the day of the event. Tourism to the Adirondack region is expected to be very high, and those travelling long distances should leave at an earlier time

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Monday
4.8.24

Eclipse Viewing Party at Point au Roche State Park

  • 19 Camp Red Cloud Road, Plattsburgh, NY
  • 4.8.24 - 4.8.24
  • 2 00pm - 4 00pm

Join us for educational activities, refreshments, and epic eclipse viewing with hundreds of your closest friends! More details coming soon!

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Sunday
4.14.24

Ensemble Scholastica - Hosted by Hill and Hollow Music

  • Church Street in Redford, NY
  • 4.14.24 - 4.14.24
  • 3 00pm

At Church of the Assumption. Montreal-based professional female vocal ensemble of 12 members, Ensemble Scholastica specializes in performance of medieval plainchant and polyphony (c. 800-1300 AD). The music is deeply spiritual with a transcendent other-w orldly beauty. Singing from authentic medieval manuscripts, yet with the added freedom of “elaboration” (ornamentation and improvisation), their goal is to share with listeners the exquisite beauty and intricacy of medieval music.

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Saturday
4.20.24

Plattsburgh GreenUp! Community Clean Up

  • Various Plattsburgh Locations!
  • 4.20.24 - 4.20.24

Get outside in your neighborhood, local park, downtown district or city beach! Trash bags, gloves and organic waste bags will be available at City Hall and Town Hall from 9AM-10AM. For more information, check out "Learn More"...

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Sunday
4.28.24

Maui North Ski, Bike & Board - Plattsburgh Car Meet Ups

  • 316 Cornelia St, Ste 13, Plattsburgh, NY
  • 4.28.24 - 4.28.24
  • 1000am

Looking to plan a group cruise for when the weather gets nice since we are a little over a month away from the first day of spring. for more information, click "Learn more"

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Saturday
5.11.24

Bike Block Party in Plattsburgh

  • SUNY Field House, 167 Rugar Street
  • 5.11.24 - 5.11.24
  • 1000am - 1 00pm

Ages 8 and up will learn all about bike safety, and the rules of the road, There will be giveaways and even a chance to win a free bike! We encourage you to bring your bike! This event is produced by Clinton County Health Department, Clinton County Youth Bureau, the Town of Plattsburgh, Plattsburgh City Police, Clinton County District Attorney Office, Hey I’m Kim, City of Plattsburgh, Noon Kiwanis and the Cornell Cooperative Extension.

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Sunday
5.19.24

Alan Blackman Quintet - Hosted by Hill and Hollow Music

  • Route 3 in Saranac, NY
  • 5.19.24 - 5.19.24
  • 3 00pm

At the Saranac Methodist Church. The concert features Blackman’s full-length composition The Coastal Suite, an evocative multi-media concept piece that explores a 24-hour tidal cycle at the ocean. Using projected images of seascape paintings by renowned Shetland artist Ruth Brownlee, Blackman’s 17-song suite was a New Jazz Works commission awarded by Chamber Music America and the Doris Duke Foundation.

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Saturday
5.25.24

Lake City Running Festival

  • Plattsburgh- Downtown
  • 5.25.24 - 5.25.24

This is the Second Annual Lake City Running Festival hosted by North Country Health and Wellness. We are excited to welcome back a half marathon race to Plattsburgh! For all details about the race please visit:

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Thursday
6.13.24

Parks Come Alive!

  • Plattsburgh Downtown
  • 6.13.24 - 6.13.24

Join us on Thursday June 13th in South Acres Park from 4:30-7:30PM for live music, food trucks, and a beer garden. Community organizations will be on site with games and activities for kids and lots of giveaways! Stay tuned for more details! Tabling regi stration will open up in the spring. This event is family friendly and free to attend.

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Friday
6.14.24

Build an Adirondack Lean-to at Paul Smith's VIC

  • 8023 State Route 30, Paul Smiths, NY
  • 6.14.24 - 6.14.24
  • 9 00am - 5 00pm

Join Paul Smith’s College Forestry Faculty Dave Simmons for a three day course on Adirondack Lean-to Construction. ($250- ages 18+) Dave will take you through the steps of planning, processing materials, and assembling a lean-to from start to finish. By the end of this hands-on course, attendees will have witnessed tree felling, and participated in log peeling, timber and more...

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Monday
6.24.24

The Plattsburgh Farmers' & Crafters' Market

  • 26 Green St, Plattsburgh, NY
  • 6.24.24 - 6.24.23
  • 9 00am - 2 00pm

Bringing together farmers, artisans, craft vendors and home processor vendors to sell their goods every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. from May to October.

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Saturday
6.29.24

Free Fishing Days in New York

  • 6.29.24 - 6.30.24

During these days, the fishing license requirement is waived for freshwater fishing on New York’s waters. Free fishing day participants are reminded that although the requirement for a freshwater fishing license is waived during free fishing days all oth er fishing regulations remain in effect. Outside of free fishing days, anglers over the age of 16 must have a valid fishing license. For more information on purchasing a license visit the DEC website.

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Monday
7.1.24

Best 4th in the North in Ticonderoga, NY

  • Montcalm St, Ticonderoga, NY 12883
  • 7.1.24 - 7.4.24

The schedule of events includes live music and entertainment, rides, games, food, and vendors in Bicentennial Park as well as a parade, a grand fireworks display. A detailed schedule is announced in May each year.Visit the TMSP events page for more infor mation or call 518-585-6619. Stay up to date on news by liking the Best 4th In The North Facebook page!

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Thursday
7.4.24

Fourth of July Celebrations - Downtown Plattsburgh

  • 7.4.24 - 7.4.24

Celebrate the birth of our nation in Downtown Plattsburgh! Schedule of Events- Trinity Park Food Court will feature local food trucks- The Fourth of July parade starts will showcase over 30 floats, firetrucks and racecars, dance performances and more!- F REE Concert - stay tuned for an announcement on who is performing!- Fireworks display viewable from Downtown Plattsburgh, Harborside, Champlain Monument and The Plattsburgh City Beach.

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Saturday
7.6.24

Mayor's Cup Festival & Regatta

  • 7.6.24 - 7.6.24

The City of Plattsburgh is proud to support the Sunrise Rotary Club of Plattsburgh in hosting the 2024 Mayor’s Cup Festival and Regatta at the Plattsburgh City Beach. Join us for a day of beach activities, food trucks, and a free concert!

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Saturday
7.27.24

15th Annual StreetFest in Historic Downtown Ticonderoga

  • Montcalm St, Ticonderoga, NY 12883
  • 7.27.24 - 7.27.24
  • 1000am - 3 00pm

The 2024 StreetFest will include shopping, sidewalk sales, non-stop live entertainment, arts and crafts, a variety of vendors, food, Farmers Market, and an array of kid's activities. Admission to the event is free and open to the public. Fees may apply f or some activities.

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Saturday
8.10.24

Summer Artisan Market at the Strand Center

  • 23 Brinkerhoff St, Plattsburgh, NY
  • 8.10.24 - 8.10.24
  • 1000am - 3 00pm

Join us for our Summer Artisan Market on the front lawn at The Strand Center for the Arts! The Strand Center for the Arts is proud to host Artisan Markets on our campus to showcase the wonderful talents of area artisans. Works for sale include pottery, p aintings, woodwork, fiber arts, jewelry, baked goods and much more! We are so happy to facilitate this event for our community.

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Friday
9.13.24

Battle of Plattsburgh Commemoration

  • Downtown Plattsburgh, NY
  • 9.13.24 - 9.15.24

Save the Date! We'll see you soon! This year's Theme: 1814 - Ships, Boats & Buggies! More information coming soon!

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Saturday
9.21.24

Oktoberfest Whiteface

  • 5021 Route 86, Wilmington, NY 12997
  • 9.21.24 - 9.22.24

Each fall we dust off our lederhosen, fire up the oompah band and enjoy a tall mug of German beer at the Whiteface Mountain Oktoberfest. Mark your calendars for the weekend-long, Bavarian-style celebration with authentic music, dancing, food and beer! Th is is a family-friendly event with activities for all ages including craft vendors, pumpkin painting, kids entertainment with the 505 Circus, bounce houses, scenic gondola rides, and more!

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Saturday
9.28.24

Free Fishing Day in New York

  • 9.28.24 - 9.28.24

During this day, the fishing license requirement is waived for freshwater fishing on New York’s waters. Free fishing day participants are reminded that although the requirement for a freshwater fishing license is waived during free fishing days all other fishing regulations remain in effect. Outside of free fishing days, anglers over the age of 16 must have a valid fishing license. For more information on purchasing a license visit the DEC website.

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Friday
10.18.24

HalloweenFest in the Ticonderoga Area

  • Montcalm St, Ticonderoga, NY 12883
  • 10.18.24 - 10.31.24

The traditional Halloween celebration has expanded in a number of ways. Some Scheduled Events will include: Children's Halloween Movie, Haunted Hancock presented by Ti Historical Society, Halloween Children's Show, Ticonderoga Elementary School "Monster Mash Dance Party," Black Watch Memorial Library Children's Program, Hague Trunk or Treat, Pumpkin Walk and Campfire and More!

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Monday
11.11.24

Free Fishing Day in New York

  • 11.11.24 - 11.11.24

During this day, the fishing license requirement is waived for freshwater fishing on New York’s waters. Free fishing day participants are reminded that although the requirement for a freshwater fishing license is waived during free fishing days all other fishing regulations remain in effect. Outside of free fishing days, anglers over the age of 16 must have a valid fishing license. For more information on purchasing a license visit the DEC website.

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Saturday
11.30.24

Ticonderoga - Small Business Saturday

  • Ticonderoga Area Businesses
  • 11.30.24 - 11.30.24

The Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce continues to participate in the nationwide initiative as an approved Neighborhood Champion via American Express. The TACC hopes to lend support and resources to area businesses as well as ensure the event has a si gnificant economic impact for their Members and the area. Small Business Saturday falls on Thanksgiving weekend; between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, when most holiday shopping begins.

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Saturday
11.30.24

15th Annual Ticonderoga Area North Country Christmas Celebration

  • Ticonderoga, NY
  • 11.30.24 - 12.8.24

The Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce (TACC) in coordination with several area businesses and organizations will host the 15th Annual Ticonderoga Area North Country Christmas Celebration from Saturday, November 30th through Sunday, December 8th, 2024. This celebration will officially kick off with Small Business Saturday. TACC serves as an official Neighborhood Champion via American Express. Stay tuned for schedule of events!

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